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Mr Byrne (right) has said previously he was ‘embarrassed’ for both Ireland and the US that his previous offences had to date prevented him from securing permission to remain in the US.

An Irish man who was imprisoned for a period in the US as part of a crackdown on illegal immigration has launched a fresh effort to secure legal statu(...)

Photograph: Glennon Brothers

Irish sawmiller Glennon Brothers is spending more than €15 million at its Scottish plant this year following an investment of €20 million in a flagshi(...)

Keith Byrne with his wife Keren. The Cork man remains optimistic that his status in the US could be normalised.

An Irish man who was imprisoned as part of Donald Trump’s crackdown on illegal immigration says he is optimistic about winning the right to stay in th(...)

Keith Byrne with his wife Keran.

The American wife of an Irish man who has been threatened with deportation from the US has said it is “so unfair” that possession of marijuana for per(...)

Keith Byrne with his wife Keran. Mr Byrne is ‘very, very down’, his father Jim has said

An Irishman jailed in the US while trying to secure citizenship is preparing to spend weeks behind bars after refusing to sign a form that would have (...)

From left:  Katelyn Hart, Miruna Toma, Anna Piela, Andreea Sandy, with Casey Ralph and Geri Dornan, look over the Leaving Cert English paper at Mount Carmel Secondary School,  Dublin. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill / The Irish Times

This year’s higher level English paper one challenged young people to think critically and creatively, according to teachers. For the second year run(...)

The river  Blackwater at Fermoy, Co Cork. Photograph: Getty Images

A delegation from Fermoy, Co Cork, has called on the Oireachtas Public Petitions Committee to demand that repairs be carried out on the town’s histori(...)

John Mulvaney receiving the Kilroy Cup from chairman Kenneth O’Keeffe

For many trout anglers, St Patrick’s weekend heralds the start of their angling season. And where better to get started than on the water of Lough She(...)

A spokesman for the Irish National Teachers’ Organisation said it was “alarming” to see gaelscoileanna and Gaeltacht schools struggling to secure qualified teachers for permanent roles.

Many gaelscoileanna are reporting acute difficulties finding qualified Irish teachers to fill vacant teaching positions. Some schools say they have h(...)

Ivor Prickett of Ireland won  first prize news stories at the World Press Photo Awards 2018. His photographs included  this of civilians who had remained in west Mosul during the battle to retake the city

There’s a certain visual diet of war that’s unflinchingly consumed. Wide shots of destruction where people, whether alive or mere remnants of those wh(...)

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